Government Regulation | Token Taxonomy Act | Banks and Ripple XRP

[Music] you [Music] hey guys coming in here in the evening doing a livestream thought it was important to do this and what I wanted to talk about today is the HR 735 six is what it was known as in the 115th Congress so really last session and so for this session we’re talking about the token taxonomy Act I want to really get a good conversation going here only to turn this volume down here I want to get the live chat going I’m gonna wait here let a few people join in if they if they join if they jump in but I want to thank mr. B for putting up the Twitter post really keeping the community at large engaged and very responsive when it comes to updates in the community so let’s see if we can get a few more people to join in here got five people so far I know it’s kind of sudden I just got this kind of this passion here had a thought was gonna save it for the livestream on Saturday but I really thought even if we get a handful of people in here to really engage and really discuss the taxonomy Tokyo taxonomy act and how we as as individuals out there that care about blockchain that care about digital assets can really help engage and that’s and that’s the topic and that’s the point of today’s discussion so when it comes to the bill and mr. B really highlighted it there really is no expectation of legislation being issued tomorrow there is expectation for the legislation coming this month however and what what is it that we can all do and that’s really what I want to get into so stand by here and I’m gonna pull something up let me see here sorry about the let’s see I’m gonna go to the web here alright so there’s four of us in the chat five of us total six people watching alright so what I want to look at is the Financial Services Committee on the Financial Services Committee and I guess I’m not really sharing my screen here let me go back and look I’ve got this I changed out the way my layout is on OBS and I left out the share screen setup so we’re gonna have to do without that again I’ve been having some issues I was having issues trying to add in some additional windows and now having some issues with with the with adding the share screen so alright we’ll have to do without that for right now so really if we if we focus in on and we say to each each and every one of us you know what can we do right now at this moment and we’re really coming up to the midnight hour of helping to support one of the more important initiatives right now that will be introduced to Congress and again that’s the token taxonomy Act I made a video about it a number of weeks back and really discussed a little bit more in depth about what it was going to do but again today let’s focus in on what it is that each one of us can do and if we look at and you can you can pull this up do a search for the financial services committee I’ve put a link in in a previous video but even if you go on to Wikipedia and that’s the list I’m looking at right now unfortunate I can’t share my screen with you guys right now but if we look at the members of the Financial Services Committee of the 116th Congress so the the chair of the Financial Services Committee is Maxine Waters what we do know at this point when it comes to the new token taxonomy Act that will be introduced to Congress is that they want to have a fair balanced bipartisan supported initiative so if we look at a lot of the other initiatives the the balance sometimes it was one Democrat three Republicans four Republicans two Democrats and it was it was a little bit you know out of balance to have a full by part in an ish bipartisan initiative we need to see a good balance of co-sponsors to the bill being Republican and from the Democrat side so what it’s going to take at this point and even if it gets through to committee it has to go through Congress so each one of us look up find your correctional representative in your area you can make a phone call call the DC office as to speak to the legislative staff the legislative assistant whoever might be at the DC office if you have a local office in your area you can start there if you can stop by and visit the local office in your area that’s even better and make it knowing that this bill is extremely important you can ask them first and foremost because you can refer back to HR 7 3 5 6 from the 115th congressional session and you can ask them where they stand on the token taxonomy act they must have had a stance in the 115th last year when it was introduced in December they had a chance to read through it and now it’s relevant again and we should be able to reach out and ask them again where they stand so if we go through and let’s look at the majority column and these are the Democrat representatives that sit on the Financial Services Committee and this starts with Maxine Waters who’s in California’s that chair carolyn maloney in new york nidia uh what is this vetas quiz in new york brad sherman in California Gregory Meeks in New York we have lacy clay in Missouri David Scott in Georgia Al Green in Texas Emanuel cleaver in Missouri Edie Perlmutter in Colorado Jim Himes in Connecticut Bill Foster in Illinois Joyce Beatty in Ohio Denny heck in Washington Juan Vargas in California Josh goth himer in New Jersey Vicente Gonzales in Texas al Lawson in Florida if you’re in the northern Florida area al Lawson Michael st. Nicholas in Guam let’s see in Michigan you have Rasheeda Talib and then you have Katie Porter in California Cindy axe knee and Iowa Shawn Caston in Illinois Ayana Presley in Massachusetts Ben McDade UM’s in Utah in New York you have Cortez of Jennifer Wexton in Virginia Stephen Lynch in Massachusetts you have Gabbard in Hawaii Alma Adams in North Carolina Madeline Dean in Pennsylvania ASIS Choi Garcia in Illinois Sylvia Garcia in Texas and Dean Phillips in Minnesota so the point here is that you have a formidable list of people that sit on the Financial Services Committee of this list of Democrats there are inevitably some in that list who are going to vote against a bill simply because it’s being introduced by a Republican and again this had this is a by partying initiative I talked about this in a previous video when it comes to economics when it comes to our finances it becomes bipartisan it impacts all of us equally when it comes to jobs when it comes to technology when it comes to the future of our country this becomes a bipartisan initiative so those on the Left who want to adhere to their ideologies of socialism they really need to get a clue and they need to get on board and support initiatives that are going to be in the best in the it really and put the United States in the best effort for being a leader in the blockchain digital asset space now the token taxonomy Act again is the initiative that we need to see not only be introduced again but we need to see it actually passing through Congress so they’re right now if we look on the minority side let’s look on the Republican side and we can already highlight three who sit on the Financial Services Committee and the three and three who have already introduced their own legislation Tom Emmer of Minnesota Ted but of North Carolina and the one who will be introducing this bill the token taxonomy act who was the initial sponsor of HR 7356 warren davidson of ohayo so we know we already have three Republicans 100% for sure that we’ll be signing on to this bill now of the other Republicans I’m sure we’re going to see a good initiative and I firmly believe that we can rely on the majority of the Republicans to get on board and will support passing this legislation through the Financial Services Committee on to Congress that’s where the the real work starts now if we go back and we look at the two bills that recently passed one was HR 56 and I think the other was for 28 or 528 I’m off to go back and double-check all the numbers kind of rattling around in my head but anyhow those bills were proposed both of them proposed January 10th and they passed by January 29th so when the bill is introduced to committee they can pass through Congress very very quickly so that means that it’s up to us if we want to see this bill pass and and I know that that Warren Davidson’s office is doing everything in their power to make sure that they’re going through the language they’re dotting their eyes crossing their TS on this legislation to make sure that it meets every possible legal standard to be a complete bill to be proposed because they’re talking about changing the Securities Exchange laws so when it when it comes to making some changes we’re not it’s not like the first bills that pass through and the two bills that pass through Congress in January were very important now those bills were related to security and and monitoring that digital assets and digital currencies weren’t going to be used by terrorists so that was an important base and I talked about that on the previous video but we do want to make sure at this point that this bill is introduced it that’s on their side of it will be introduced with the right language our side of it is to make sure that our congressional reps all get on board and pass this through it means so much more than a partisan partisan ideology it means so much more than that this is again the future of our country it’s the future of digital assets it’s the future for all of those who are supporters of XRP those who are supporters of ripple those who are supporters of the ripple net solution it appears at this point that one of the reasons why banks haven’t all jumped onboard to truly engage in the utility of X rapid mainly in part due to the lack of clarity and regulation at the Congressional level in the u.s. because a lot of business flows through the United States a lot of the banks are in the United States banks and corporations do business with the United States and therefore it does create a little bit of a block when it comes to banks adopting and beginning to utilize X rapid which would therefore utilize X R P and if we want to start seeing a streamlining of this full solution this is where it’s going to start let me turn to see some of those who have joined in in the comments David Simpson the great pate Anthony loose it’s our Congress rep was that say it’s our Congress rep we should be contacting right exactly you want to get in touch with your congressional representative so you can easily go on look for your area look it up by zip code my previous video I actually did post a link so that you all you had to do is type in your zip code I forget the exact web site I can pull it up here in a second it was dot gov something but you can easily look up and find who your congressional representative is nick black whatsup xrp army sec put the quick brakes on the realty shares proposal man the sec there there’s you see kind of differences of of how they’re managing this space some of the statements whether they call crypto mom i forget our exact name but you know she’s a huge proponent of digital assets and and blockchain in general and she’s made some very very interesting statements as of late which are very very supportive i mean at the same time giving some explanation as to why the sec hasn’t pushed for full clarity pro or con however you want to look at that i thought that was pretty interesting now we got middle way commenting nick black counting the days until SBI launches hester pierce there we go hester pierce crypto mom is Hester pierce thank you for that so with this small group we have on now I’m I I’m kind of fired up that some people came on this kind of last second that I posted this my stream health is kind of dying out here it looks like it’s in the red for some reason let me look on OBS looks looks healthy over there but on YouTube it’s looking bad video I don’t I don’t know you might be getting some delay I’m not sure so any outlets let’s take a look at the full list on the Republican side we’ve got Patrick McHenry North Carolina is the ranking member Peter King in New York Frank Lucas in Oklahoma Bill Florida Blaine Luke Meyer in Missouri bill Huizinga and Michigan if you’re out in Michigan reach out to Bill Sean Duffy Wisconsin Steve Steve a Stivers Ohio and Wagner in Missouri and the vice ranking member and these are Republicans Andy Barr and Kentucky Scott Tipton and Colorado Roger Williams in Texas French Hill and Arkansas Tom Emmer we mentioned him Minnesota Lee Zeldin in New York berry Loudermilk in Georgia Alex Mooney in West Virginia Warren Davidson the sponsor of token taxonomy act Ted Budd North Carolina David Gustav Tennessee Trey Hollingsworth Indiana Anthony Gonzales Ohio John Rose Tennessee Bryan stell in Wisconsin Lance Gooden in Texas Denver Riggleman in Virginia so those are the Republicans that need to be contacted let me take a look here all good on YouTube I appreciate that thank you very much great page Jimmy crypto John Crandall appreciate the the feedback so hopefully we can get a few more people in I’m not going to make this a long kind of drawn out video but I do have if we tune in on Saturday I have a ton of topics to cover on the livestream Saturday morning 8 a.m. if you guys have any questions post them up now but I just wanted really to bring attention to the importance of what it can take to get this bill through Congress once it clears Congress it still needs to clear Senate in order to end up on president Trump’s desk so right now I would say the biggest hurdle are probably those on the Democrat side of the Financial Services Committee so if you again go on check it out look at the list make a phone call make it make two phone calls whatever you can do would help pass it on to two others send it out on Twitter whatever social media you can engage in but just remind people that its own important that they you know reps if we want to see some true movement with the token taxonomy act so let me take a look here no no other comments here yet so that’s really it guys I’m really glad that you joined on again this is Jeff with a hotter report my videos planned I was actually getting ready to put together a video for tonight I want to talk about what’s happening in Venezuela there was some interesting developments on with with in regards to crypto currencies or digital assets from Maduro and taxes and really a UH the one the one final noose the really tightening down on the population in Venezuela absolutely horrible so I think I’ll put that video together tomorrow or Friday before the livestream or we’ll talk about it on Friday but there’s really a lot that goes into it I got a question here from Nick Black at what point does all of the legislation remove the significance of the sec and are they trying to stay relevant you know that that’s a great question i think at this point and and this goes back to my thoughts initially and i think it was hester pierce even brought this up it seems to be anyways that the sec is waiting for some regulation to be passed by Congress once Congress does pass and they make some changes to to the laws they make some changes to the rules then everything changes so they can change the IRS code from 1986 they can change and there’s a lot of things they can adjust that will have a positive impact on digital asset but also sets it really sets not just the precedence but it’s setting the it’s setting the guidelines so then the SEC has to abide by the guidelines right now the SEC is abiding by by a test and by guidelines that are antiquated so we’re talking about guidelines from the 40s you know so if we look at that how we test we talked about that before and that’s really they’re applying that how we test to determine whether or not an IC o—- or is is a security or not but then they’re trying to apply that same test to two digital assets so again it was crypto mama or has to appear as they came out and really you know broke it down to say you know here’s here’s exactly what it is and so it kind of excluded XRP and and most of the digital assets from from being recognized as a as a security but at the end of the day it’s it’s Congress that’s going to legislate so the SEC can only abide by legislation on the books let’s see here we’ve got so that was that’s a great question appreciate it Nick I’m looking at my phone here for for the questions I can’t get the the streamed to come up on my OBS software for some reason let’s see here a middle way I’m guessing the reason they’re not pushing SEC clarifications because lightning Network isn’t fully complete with the saturation levels necessary for a bull run who knows you know I mean anything is possible yeah you gotta believe there’s stuff going on behind the scenes that none of us will ever know about we’ll never you know see any you know there won’t be a leak somewhere on social media maybe there could be minor hints here and there if you kind of piece things together based on people’s conversations and and what the SEC is doing or not doing or you know based on legislation that isn’t it hasn’t come out yet I mean that that’s definitely possible who knows Alberto see what do we have here I just joined sorry came from Twitter so no token taxonomy act to be presented tomorrow no I it’s not gonna be presented tomorrow however based on the information that was given I’m expecting that we will see something introduced before the end of the month if not but by the very beginning of of March let’s see Nick black you’d expect that most of the congressional legislation would push the control over to the CFTC you know I I think there’s there’s always you know there’s always gonna be a little bit of a this is gonna be a little bit of a struggle but but still there there’s some things that need to be clarified and so let me pull this up so let’s look at just real quick I’m gonna pull up and because this is important I should pull up my my list but I’m gonna do from the 115 and why could it delay if I’m using my computer here some reason that happens occasionally kind of slows down the stream but I want to pull up the exact so you know we have the Securities Exchange Act of 1933 you have the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 you have the IRS code that was written in 1986 and these are all relevant and to the to the digital asset space because digital assets obviously haven’t existed and they need to be added in some way so and that’s really what the token taxonomy Act is addressing but again it goes to legislation it goes to putting it into law so if we look at the Securities Act of 1933 the SEC and any other party there thereof within government that is to monitor they’re going to monitor based on the rules that Congress has legislated and so this I think this is the critical starting point so they you know you can’t pass the buck so if the Securities Act of 1933 it’s in black and white and if everything is it has been adhering to the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the IRS Code of 1986 1980-1989 we need we need some changes and if they’re applying that Howey test from 1946 that obviously all of this is just so outdated you know so we need to see we definitely need to see some changes let’s see here all right so see any other any other comments questions is a an important topic so let’s see here I wanted to pull something out um see something specific it’s it’s interesting too I mean with all of this going on I saw somebody’s comment the other day and it was some good things some bad things going on in general but there’s there’s another really important act that though that has been introduced to Congress called HR 25 it’s based on the Fair Tax that one’s really important as well definitely will have an impact on on what happens with with digital assets when you decide to sell let me see here Alberto see I wonder what lobbyists are doing which cones are going to read I can tell you 100% XRP is or not it ripples as is represented in Congress they’re definitely there doing their thing you know talking who they need to talk to but even with all the lobbyists out there you know they’re they’ve got a certain level of influence but when it comes down to deciding to vote not all the congressional representatives are always going to you know make their vote based on you know information that’s given to them by the lobbyists but if they’re giving information by the lobbyists but they might be sitting on the fence all of a sudden they start getting phone calls from from the grassroots from individuals in their other constituents in their district out of their district that says hey this is really really important and we’re glad that you’re taking taking it up in committee and in Congress we want you to pass it I think that you know definitely has an impact let’s see HR 528 that’s a good one let me look that up real quick and I talked about that one the other day let’s see here HR 528 whereas the 1/16 this is blockchain regulatory certainty Act so this one was introduced it was 428 that passed at 428 and 56 this one was introduced already on January 14th it was referred to the Financial Services Committee and it also went to the Committee on the judiciary and right now per the for the notes that’s where it sits it doesn’t say anything in the notes here about whether or not they’re voting out on or not let me pull up the actions we can see kind of where it is at this point all actions hang on one second oh hey okay here we go all it’s just it’s sitting there I I don’t have any additional information I haven’t spoken to Tom Emmer’s office to get any further information on this bill this is another important one and I’m glad you brought it up because blockchain regulatory certainty Act so if we look at the if we look at the summary text on it you know what exactly is the 528 and again this is each bill each bill that’s introduced is is important when it comes to the digital asset and blockchain space to get some clarity on it but this let’s see so this bill exempts from certain financial reporting and licensing requirements blockchain developers and providers of blockchain services that do not take control of consumer funds basically if you’re not going into a I don’t know why I always forget this this term and now it’s just you’ve aided me again for some reason but kind of so basically making sure that they’re not that there’s no taxes being applied to certain entities especially when they’re there’s funds being moved around so maybe somebody can remind me I don’t know like I always forget this term it’s one of those those words that I should always remember but anyhow so let’s see appreciate that let’s see there’s some other people that joined in funky zero zero how soon will we see banks holding crypto for their customers and a debit card I believe there’s already some credit slash debit cards available out in the market but as far as banks holding it I think we’re starting to see some significant momentum especially spurred on by entities like SBI and some others in in the in the area and I and it was just reported today Nasdaq is going to start listing Bitcoin and aetherium indices on their on their reporting so I little by little we’re starting to see things go mainstream and it’s it’s a matter of time is it the bank that is going to begin offering digital assets or are some of these exchanges you know what their term is custodial their custodial accounts so that’s I don’t I don’t know why that all that where it always evades me but the question here is yellow man thanks Alberto I truly appreciate that I really do and you know just trying to throw this in at the last second you know things that I thought was just critical to to start talking right now and and bringing everybody into this conversation even if it’s a small group you know this is this is where it all starts I’ve got a political group to run tomorrow and I’ve got a whole nother conversation with those guys I was begged to come back in and take over the group and tomorrow as to my second we meet once a month and tomorrow’s my second official meeting and I’ve got a lot of important things to cover with them and I was kind of working on that as mr. B asked me a few questions and I was doing some us typing on my phone and started posting on this I said you know what this has got a I’m gonna put this on the side and this is a little bit more important right now let’s see Nick black fidelity will have some type of custody solution in March yeah yep exactly so it’s amazing – yeah we don’t know we don’t know exactly you know to what extent but it’s it’s crazy right now right and it and this goes back to some other conversations that I’ve had on video and and and others have talked about this too but the FUD that these banks and some of these bigger financial institutions have been spreading now for months and months and months really this whole past year and then on the back end they’ve been working on developing all of these solutions because they knew exactly what this digital assets face and blockchain they knew exactly what was happening here and on Saturday I bring up another case another use case as to why banks are really adopting blotching and how important they’re seeing the the blockchain and digital assets are but to the point where are we going to see you know banks really handling digital assets and again my point are we gonna see banks handle digital assets or are we going to see exchange begin to handle our banking that’s that’s the big question so if we have like a fidelity you know introducing custodial accounts but then we have Gemini and we have coinbase and we have uphold and we have you know a handful of others that are already beginning to move kind of in a direction to where they could become quasi banks and I forget which one it was but they they I think they bought a bank or something along I forget exactly what it was e but it was in the news maybe maybe two three weeks ago there’s so much news that comes out constantly you know trying to remember and stay on top of every little thing that happened it’s just it’s crazy I agree man Anthony loose it’s gonna be a fun few next months man this this entire year I don’t I don’t as detrimental on the Honda on the heart as it’s been you know with the downturn of the digital asset space I think it’s been super exciting because and the reason why it’s been exciting it’s because there’s Const development in this space you know it’s not like trading stocks and stocks go through a bear market and you’re like you know I invested all my money in these stocks and all the stocks going through a crash and I can’t do anything about it it’s not exciting I’m just I’m miserable you know yes we know that at some point in the future the companies are gonna come back and that’s what happened we look at a crash in 2008 imagine if we you know yet money and you just started buying stocks like crazy when the stock when the bottom fell out 90s you know you know when you know when the the the high-tech boom crash boom and then subsequent crash but with the digital spate the digital assets we know that it’s speculative and it’s exciting because there’s constant development in the space and it’s a brand-new market it’s a brand new class of acid and brand new asset class and the whole world is going through this revolutionary change technologically through blockchain and then financially through the digital assets and that that’s what keeps us all coming back I believe now let’s see can back to other exchanges be fined for going live um you know I I don’t know if I can answer that question I’m not I’m not a hundred percent sure what would happen if they do or don’t ya I’m not sure that’s that’s a good question we’ll have to look into that one Nick black for banks it’s a zero-sum game the second the first bank that handles custody presents quarterly earnings at that point you’ll see a mad rush of CEOs start getting sacked we read that again yep yeah it’s amazing you know it really is you know it really is it’s a this I you know that those that are those that are speaking out against this space that are holding back that are spreading misinformation of there’s there’s going to come a time where you know where where where reality is going to really take take note of what what you know what type of miss again misinformation they were spreading and you know it’s just a matter of time it’s gonna happen fast you know I constantly look back I think back on Jamie Dimon from from JP Morgan you know and I think about that the negative things that he said about Bitcoin in public over and over and over and over again well at the same time JP Morgan was getting into blockchain and investigating ways to get into digital assets but there he is that the the face of the company constantly coming out at some point there’s a reckoning you know because you can only do it you can only be wrong I mean you’re right at that moment in time everybody in this smaller community knows you’re wrong but when you’re approved wrong that’s when there’s gonna be a reckoning you know it’s even this no Rini roubini well you know whatever his name is over there there’s gonna be a reckoning for him as well and again many of us in this space that are investing we know it’s speculative we’re excited about the possibilities we’re seeing that we’re just in the very beginning stages of it we know that it’s starting to ramp up faster than we can ever imagine and here’s these guys that are just constantly just naysayers just constantly trying to push it down and maybe they’re doing it yeah I don’t know I can’t even can’t even imagine why someone would stake their reputation and really their credibility not in their profession on making these public statements you know it seems like every day they’re being proved wrong it just it’s just mind-boggling to me let’s see here Alberto see German crypto currency exchange Bitcoin group as he announced it has successfully bought a 100 percent stake that’s that’s the one I was thinking about in an investment bank yeah that that’s huge that’s really huge and that gets them into banking so that’s that’s where that’s the transitional point you know what at at what point does the bank start the exchange is the exchange gobble up the bank and I think the exchanges have so much profit potential and so much money it’s the dynamics are shifting so fast it’s it’s crazy look at I every time you read the news and you see some of these high tech companies and they’re bought out by for a hundred million you’re like 100 million that was any a billion then all of a sudden it the numbers keep going up and up where they’re almost not even real anymore based on you know how much money some of these companies sell for you know so let me look here huh sorry guys let’s see Visa Mastercard sparring there’s another good one so we’re seeing both sides of it you know see what happens to Visa and MasterCard they get gobbled up by somebody else hmm how long will non crypto compliant banks last after Bank of America JPMorgan offer crypto services I’m not too long example Western Union person might but that’s the thing is Bank of America and JPMorgan are they gonna offer crypto services on their own are they gonna buy an exchange to do it they are large enough to to go out and and potentially merge with an up hold up potentially or you know buy out a coin base are they gonna try to create their own exchange I mean they probably could but why you know why go through that effort when you can automatically have a huge customer base that you don’t already have you’re acquiring a customer base that’s that’s always a possibility so I see it I think it’s gonna be a constant evolution in this space right now I mean if you look at everything evolves from if you look at cable companies there used to be a lot of different when you look at internet our first dial-up services with AOL and earth link and I don’t have Netscape I think once was it dial-up I’m not I don’t remember I don’t remember exactly but AOL is the first one that I ever logged into and then I moved over to earth link if any of you guys remember back in those days and you had to do a dial-up and then it was exciting getting the first cable and so the cable companies but then the cable companies now are really becoming irrelevant and they’re trying to maintain the relevancy if you look at Xfinity with Xfinity getting into their into their getting into cell phones but they’re not doing their own cell phone they’re piggybacking off of Verizon and so you know you start seeing all of these types of things happening and there’s a lot of commingling of companies but it’s always best if you have an existing entity with a customer base it’s almost best to somehow merge that and they have the existing technology and you can somehow absorb it you know that’s my opinion anyways fidelity buys coinbase always a possibility I mean that’s that’s the thing and that’s what gets even more enticing right so what about Ripple uh-huh so ripple and Swift you know battling it out right now ripple is worth a huge amount of money on its own even if you you know if you look at you know if you look at what they hold in XRP if you look at what this markets worth with the with the number of customers that will move over to ripple net that won’t be satisfied with Swift GPI and so and you’re seeing now look at Swift GPI and this is where all of this really comes in and all you see all the dynamics at play Swift GPI and Swift identifies that GPI on its own isn’t really enough even though they’ve been bad-mouthing the blockchain and so Swift GPI goes in and sets up a partnership with r3 which will inevitably use the cordis solution for a payment settlement which is using X RP and so this this is the inner tangled web of all of this technology right now and so it’s really anybody’s guess which direction it’s gonna end up going but I love it I actually I really love it so I’m glad you guys hung in there with me for I didn’t think I’d be on for for 40 minutes I thought this was gonna be something I’d be you know maybe 10 50 minutes we’ll talk about the token taxonomy and and kind of move on from there really glad that you guys hung in there glad that you guys joined moneybags welcome to evening crypto with the jato report glad that you’re here example JP Morgan may use backed custodial services III agree I mean anything like that is possible yeah man Albertus II appreciate that Bobbi ripple yeah go back watch it we talked went through the congressional representatives some important information over there alberto see thanks for the donation to the channel truly appreciate it check it out there again if you want to look up your representative easy to find them go check out wikipedia that’s an easy spot to if you just type in financial services committee that’s a good link if you go to their website it’s completely useless because you can’t find who sits on the committee when you go to the Financial Services Committee website so Saturday morning 8:00 a.m. morning crypto my next live stream look forward to seeing you guys then again this is Jeff with the hotter report and make sure you guys tune in thanks for joining me see you guys later

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